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MULLANY, Patrick Francis, educator, born in County Tipperary, Ireland, 29 June, 1847. He came to this country in his early years, and at the age of fifteen joined the brothers of the Christian schools. In 1866 he was appointed professor of mathematics and English literature at Rock Hill college, Ellicott city, Yd., of which he became president in 1878, and which post he now (1888) holds. He has frequently contributed to the "American Catholic Quarterly Review," and has delivered many lectures, including one on the "Psychological Aspects of Education" before the International congress of education at the New Orleans exposition, and his papers upon "Dante" and "Aristotle" have been read before the Concord school of philosophy. He writes under the pen-name of "Brother Azarias," and has published "Philosophy of Literature" (Philadelphia, 1874) ; "Development of English Literature" (New York, 1880)" "Address on Thinking" (1883); "Culture of the Spiritual Sense" (1887)" "Aristotle and the Christian Church" (London, 1887); and numerous papers on education.
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